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HR …. WHY IS NO-ONE LISTENING ?

30-Jul-2012 - Les Hayman Everyone continually tells HR people that they need to become more strategic, that “HR needs to get a seat at the table”. Author: TUBS (own work); vie Wikimedia Commons I have been hearing this admonition for decades, and yet beyond the advice ... Lesen Sie mehr »

HR … POLITE TO POLICE TO PARTNER TO PLAYER

26-Aug-2010 - Les Hayman Whenever I speak to a group of HR Professionals, I tend to start with the need for HR organisations to go through a process of change, and I call this transition “Polite to Police to Partner to Player”. HR people have always tended to be the polit... Lesen Sie mehr »

HR … THE PESTO EFFECT

22-Jul-2010 - Les Hayman A number of people have asked me to write of my experiences running a company internal HR department after 40 years in business roles. When I was first asked whether I would do this, rather than retiring, I felt that it was a bit like asking Attil... Lesen Sie mehr »

LEADERS LEAVE LEGACIES

13-Jan-2014 - Les Hayman “The only thing you take with you when you are gone is what you leave behind.” John Allston (1666-1719). I find that one of the things that you think about as you get older is whether you will leave anything worthwhile behind after you are gone, ... Lesen Sie mehr »

NEVER RUSH TO RECRUIT

03-Jun-2013 - Les Hayman “I am convinced that little that we do as managers is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day you bet on people, not on strategies.” Laurence Bossidy, author and former COO of GE Author: Thomas Alva Edison; {{PD-US... Lesen Sie mehr »

HR … DOES PERISH COME NEXT AFTER PARTNER AND PLAYER ?

22-Apr-2013 - Les Hayman I have long believed, written and spoken about the fact that HR organisations need to go through a major transition to be allowed to survive as a business unit, rather than just ending up handling administrative functions in a shared service cent... Lesen Sie mehr »

WHY NEAR ENOUGH IS MOSTLY GOOD ENOUGH

15-Oct-2012 - Les Hayman “As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality.” Albert Einstein via Wikimedia Commons I have realized over my 40 year career that in most business situati... Lesen Sie mehr »

TO BE OR NOT TO BE … A MANAGER

20-Aug-2012 - Les Hayman The best job I ever had was being a computer salesman for Digital Equipment Corporation in the 1970’s. I was the only one in my territory of the South Island of New Zealand and my boss was miles away in Auckland so I saw him only rarely. I shared... Lesen Sie mehr »

HR … WHAT’S HR GOT TO DO WITH INNOVATION? ISN’T THAT R&D?

04-Oct-2010 - Les Hayman Why is it that when you talk about innovation most people can’t look beyond product innovation? It’s a wonderful thing to have superior products, particularly if you can create products that people just love to have and to use, like Apple. My wi... Lesen Sie mehr »

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